MSCF Workshop Reinforces Student Leadership Skills
The Medical Students Christian Fellowship (MSCF) at the Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine hosted a leadership seminar in October to equip student leaders with communication skills and explore ways to continue making an impact despite COVID-19. The debate topic of this seminar was titled: Can Student Leaders Still Lead Effectively Despite the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Guests included Dr Asanda Kuse who spoke on how to be an impactful student leader in all spheres of life including the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) and other societies within university. Other speakers were journalist, Mr Given Sibusiso Majola; Dr Bahle Tshoba (former MSCF leadership forum co-ordinator); and Mr Phindokuhle Mathenjwa (former MSCF chair).
The MSCF is a voluntary, non-denominational association of Christian Medical students that networks with different organisations that share its vision.
‘Our objective is to mobilise Christian health professionals, and to capacitate students through programmes that promote evangelism and morality throughout the University, as well as nationally and internationally,’ said event organiser, Mr Ndumiso Majola.
Words: Lihle Sosibo